Ernest Callenbach (April 3, 1929 – April 16, 2012) is a writer and editor best known for his visionary novel Ecotopia, an environmental classic that has sold almost a million copies.

Callenbach’s other books include Living Cheaply With Style, Ecotopia Emerging and Ecology: A Pocket Guide. He is coauthor of EcoManagement: The Elmwood Guide to Ecological Auditing and Sustainable Business. He founded the critical journal Film Quarterly in 1958 at the University of California Press and served as its editor until 1991. You can still visit his website at http://www.ernestcallenbach.com Leaving this site. Use your back button to return.

Author and activist Chick Callenbach
Brush painting of a circle, triangle, and square, illustrating Mindfulness and Meaning; the square symbolizes the body, the triancgle symbolizes emotions, the circle symbolizes the mind.